Remote Viewing Program
with Debra Lynne Katz
10-week Accelerated Course - 3.5 hours per class
Starts June 8, 2023, held on Thursday Mornings
10 am PDT /1 pm EST
Multi-Dimensional Remote Viewing Professional Development Program
Remote Viewing is an intuitive based practice that involves utilizing a set of approaches, methods, and theories for the purpose of gaining information not otherwise accessible about the physical world.
While remote viewing can be used to obtain information about people – the main focus is on obtaining information about locations, objects, activities, events, photographs, etc.
It is especially helpful for finding lost objects, research projects, crime-solving, archeological-based inquires, and demonstrating-improving-practicing psi.
Debra Lynne Katz, with occasional special guest teachers, will ensure you gain a solid foundation in remote viewing. You will learn a variety of techniques, and core concepts and approaches borrowed from methodologies such as Controlled Remote Viewing, Extended Remote Viewing, Associative Remote Viewing, but blended into a unique approach developed by Debra, that allows for students to understand the history of other approaches, but enables them to get to the core of what will help them to achieve results as quickly, and inexpensively, as possible.
Amp up your skill level whether you are brand new or experienced, and at the same time, have a blast!
End goal: to be a well-rounded remote viewer with plenty of techniques and approaches at your disposal so you can handle viewing any target, a wide variety of targets, situations, and experiences as a remote viewer and go on to work with any project manager, instructor or research subject.
Specific attention will be given to helping you to describe lost and missing objects, pets and people.
A simple "best of" form of Controlled Remote Viewing, Extended Remote Viewing, and Associative Remote Viewing within a philosophical framework that promotes flexibility of tools, methods, approaches depending on the target type, situation, viewer, and client.
Dream ESP – learning how to dream future feedback photos and newspaper editions will also be covered.
By the end of class you will have viewed numerous targets in 12 weeks of all different types and subject matters. The goal is to have a full intuitive tool bag you can draw from for every situation.
Classes are taught via webinar, they are highly interactive, personalized and in a small group format.
Classes are 3 hours lto 3.5 long. Weekly homework assignments will be given as well. Class is recorded so if someone misses a class they can listen to a recording but attendance is recommended since it is so interactive.
The remote viewing classes are taught via webinar on http://www.zoom.us.
Most of the Classes will be taught by Debra Lynne Katz, Ph.D., a highly trained professional remote viewer, remote viewing researcher and research subject (having studied virtually every remote viewing methodology including the Ingo Swann archives for a number of years) in addition to being a professional clairvoyant and healer. She is the author of three books on intuitive development. She is the current President of the International Remote Viewing Association.
For all levels & backgrounds
Cooperation & supportive environment.
Lots of open and clear communication
Honesty, Integrity, professionalism.
Relaxed but structured environment.
Clear expectations and objectives.
Varied approached for all learning styles.
Unlimited permission to grow.
Let's have fun while we learn attitude.
Knowing there are no limits to spirit.
Belief that all students have their own wisdom to share.
Topics That Will Be Covered
History of Remote Viewing (SRI, U.S. Military, "Foreign Threat"
How RV differs from Clairvoyant Training
Defining RV, and it’s different methods
Targeting, Tasking, Blinding, Frontloading considerations.
Materials and technology – what to use, how to prepare
Simple to Complex Objects
Finding missing objects, pets, people
Abridged Structure of Controlled Remote Viewing
Abridged Structure of Extended Remote Viewing
Associative Remote Viewing
Extensive Movement and Mapping Techniques
Time Line Techniques
Getting more out of your session
Understanding lower level and higher level descriptors
Understanding and working with various ways to use ideograms
Use of Sketches and other artistic materials
Various Summarization tools and approaches
Additional resources and next steps after this class
ESP dreaming future newspaper articles and photographs.
Ethics, Grounding, Clearing, Preparation Techniques
Watch this free lecture by Debra on Ingo Swann - the gifted vs. learned debate!
$900 full tuition if paid May 1, 2023
($1200 is full price)
no interest flexible payment plans available,
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June 8, 2023
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What's the difference between this Remote Viewing Program
and the Clairvoyant Level 1, 2, 3 Classes?
A main focus of the clairvoyant development classes is on reading and healing people who are seeking information about themselves, their own lives, relationships, goals, etc. While remote viewing locations and finding things is introduced and focused on a tiny bit, that is not the main focus of the clairvoyant classes.
The clairvoyant programs are ideal for those with an interest in working with other people to help enhance their lives, as well as for people seeking meditative tools to enhance their minute-to-minute experience in terms of learning how to maintain states of peace, well-being, creativity, and enthusiasm while learning how to destress. Body/Being orientation is also covered as is reading and healing auras, mental image pictures/deprogramming, understanding energy exchanges, the law of attraction and understanding and healing empathic energy exchanges are also covered in these classes, as is beginning mediumship concepts and practices.
So for the clairvoyant classes, there is a very large self-healing, manifesting and spiritual/component. Also, students mostly speak out loud as they are learning how to utilize symbols to access information for themselves and others, and so students need to feel relatively comfortable at least speaking out loud about things they will initially feel very unsure and even silly about. Students need to feel comfortable talking to others and with the idea of "playing" with their imagination, which is the vehicle by which psi-based information comes in on.
Meanwhile, in the remote viewing class, we are doing our intuitive work mostly by writing and sketching, although there is no need to have any artistic talent, so don't worry about that! (although it can help!). Remote viewing class focuses on targets such as locations, objects, finding lost items or missing people, describing photos, preparing oneself for applied, psychic detective work, financial or science-based projects, etc. This was born from a specific "scientific" approach as its seeped within the history of the former U.S. military programs and other parapsychology research lab discoveries.
While techniques in accessing info about people at locations or involved in mysteries will be offered, this approach is quite different than in the clairvoyant classes. While some esoteric targets will be explored, most will have a concrete, grounded in verifiable knowledge approach. That being said, Debra teaches from a heart-centered approach, where the word "spiritual" and "psychic" are welcome, although it's understood not everyone is comfortable with these words and that's OK.
Students will leave this class understanding the traditional approach to Remote viewing, which does not talk in spiritual terms, but rather in scientific terms. If you are interested in anything psychic, but either have already mastered reading and healing people; or if that doesn't interest you in the least, as in you wouldn't really want to give someone a reading face to face or over the phone, but you are simply fascinated with anything having to do with intuition, precognition, telepathy, etc, and you are looking for something fun and social to do, then this class is for you!
Also If you also like getting lots of concrete feedback, and finding out quickly if you were right or wrong with your psi-based perceptions, this remote viewing class is also for you!
What is Multi-Dimensional Remote Viewing and how does it differ to regular methods such as CRV and ARV?
My 10 to12 week courses (3 to 4 hours per week taught via Zoom) includes a modified/compilation version of Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV) methodology in that since I've studied multiple versions of it with a variety of instructors, I bring together what I've found to be the most important aspect of each derivative, and also share alternatives/modifications to give students choices. I bring students as quickly as possible through all the stages through the various options for summary writing and compilation sketches, but utilizing what I’ve found to be most important. That being said, no one teaches CRV exactly the same anyway.
I also bring in some aspects of transdimensional systems (TDS) methodology and advanced Scientific Remote Viewing concepts.
Further, my program also includes a segment on Associative Remote Viewing (as discussed in the 700-page book I co-authored with Jon Knowles
http://www.arvbook.com). Since I’ve been finding many more students are already familiar with Associative Remote Viewing, I will bring in different types of targets they have likely not had a chance to experience yet, rather than just photographs, and have students focus on senses such as taste and smell.
My class differs from straight CRV classes in that I cover how to do remote viewing without any use of a structured methodology first, and demonstrate times where structure at times is not essential, but then also go on to help students understand through direct application where it can be very useful. I have students work on many different target types, moving students through the various stages very quickly and then continuing to revisit them, and I focus on multiple ways of using ideograms, rather than just one way. It's multidimensional because we go through one, two, three and multi-dimensional targets (paintings/computer generated pictures, 3-D objects, locations, videos, missing objects, alpha-numerics, etc.); but also we attempt different multidimensional approaches and utilize tools that are of different dimensions as well.
Also since I've worked with so many project managers, researchers, teachers, students and clients I teach students how to work with multiple kinds of managers under different scenarios and for different purposes. I've also studied and practiced intuitive approaches more utilized in reading people, that are completely different from remote viewing approaches, and bring in a bit of this awareness through discussions and practices as well. I'm able to draw parallels between these whereas other RV teachers have not had experience in these other realms.
Because of my extensive background in clairvoyance, I emphasize the use of visual techniques but also do spend quite a bit on somatic techniques. I help students to discover which initial approaches work best for them and then to really emphasize secondary probing approaches to get more and more details.
I also get students to focus on ways in which to record and report their data and sketches that will make a client, project manager or research most happy with their work. The way a remote viewer reports their data is as important as accessing it intuitively. Often times for more advanced students this is something they need help with. CRV can produce hundreds of descriptors and sketches and the problem is few clients or project managers have time to sift through this data. It’s got to be recorded efficiently, and concisely yet descriptively, to fit each particular situation.
We also cover topics such as monitoring, so students get some experience being monitored by others, while learning how to be self-monitors as they go along.
I guess you could say as an instructor, I'm multi-dimensional and bring my students to that place too – where they don’t just have a single set of tools but several tool bags to mix and match as the particular situation calls for.